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RE: Sad News

Zem, please forgive me for not responding sooner.  (We've had a very busy
last many days here at the "Morgan old folks home and sanitarium" with
everything from multiple obligations, doctors visits, out of town visitors
and travel with lots of work at the destination.)

Our pets are most certainly loved ones and become part of us.  It is hard
for non pet lovers to understand sometimes, but the rest of us do
understand.  I'm sure Brooke will do a marvelous job "saying the words."
But most of all, I hope that you, Brooke and whomever else in your family
who may be grieving are comforted by some of the sweet and funny and
touching things about Violet during her lifetime.  

(I too am happy that it isn't something that would impact your other furry
family members.  One death in the family is one too many.)


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Zemuly@aol.com
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 7:08 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] Sad News

Sad news at my house.  Violet crossed the bridge today.  I noticed she was 
having trouble breathing so I took her to the vet, and she died while being 
exrayed.  The vet had originally thought she had some horrible, virus caused

peritonitis, which is fatal, but she found Violet's lungs were filled with
She was going to perform a necropsy this afternoon to determine the cause.
am so sad my sweet baby has died, but I am happy the other cats in my house 
are not doomed.  I'll pick her up in the morning to bring her home for the 
burial ceremony.  My granddaughter Brooke is, as usual, going to say the
words, as 
she puts it.


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